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Democrats Without Borders. A Critique of Transnational Democracy
Some scholars claim that globalisation compels us to radically rethink democracy both in theory and practice. This dissertation disputes such claims by arguing against two suggested normative models of transnational ...
Förtroendet för Säpo 2006
Unbundling secure property rights
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Nationalism versus Anti-nationalism in Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe
(Centre for European Research, 2005)
Six controversies in search of an epistemology
Public engagement in planning and siting policy has been a political priority for some time, and there are various arguments as to why successful participation consistently proves to be an elusive goal. Emphasis is often ...
Navigating Towards Effective Fishery Management: Exploring the Impact of Imbalanced Burdens on Regime Legitimacy
Despite two decades of the Common Fishery Policy (CFP), the fishery politics of the European Union (EU) is considered a failure when it comes to securing fish-stocks. This paper explores reasons to this state of affairs ...
Elections as Levers of Democracy: A Global Inquiry
In this paper we purport to test the proposition that elections have a democratizing effect, drawing on cross-sectional time-series data at best covering a global sample of 193 countries from 1919 to 2004. Two versions of ...
Formal and Informal Institutions in Groundwater Governance in Rajasthan: A Case Study of Chota Nayrana and Tilona Village
This paper examines the sustainable preservation of natural resources at the community level, with an emphasis on groundwater resources in Rajasthan, India. Considering that water is one of the resources that have been ...